Here is another vocabulary activity created by my mother – She is a speech pathologist. Again using the CLFF model (don’t worry the first few slides quickly and clearly explain this) each halloween word is explained to students. Each word has two pages. The first pages has the word, a picture, and the sentences to go with CLFF. Each sentence is read when touched. The object moves when touched. The second page has again the word, and picture. Below this there is a video of the word, a sign language video and a button to hear the word again. Click below on Halloween Vocabulary.
While you are carving pumpkins this week why not turn the activity into a math/science experiment. Have students estimate and measure things like how many lines the pumpkin has, how many seeds, how tall, will it sink or float. Then each student can design their own pumpkin with the pre made shapes. Click below on Pumpkin Investigation.
IN this activity students are given a verbal and visual clue to guess what is hiding. The object hiding relates to fall. Then the teacher can slowly reveal the item. This activity also goes along with the Book Baby Loves Fall. Click below on Baby Loves Fall.
Baby Loves Fall
Have students unscramble these halloween silly sentences so they make sense. All sentences are short and simple and accompanied by a picture. Click below on Halloween Silly Sentences.
Halloween Silly Sentences
Count the different halloween objects with this SMART notebook activity. Students can count the objects and then drag the number into the box. Have fun counting bats, haunted houses, costumes and more.
Click below on Scary Counting.
Have students practice graphing and counting with this activity. At the top of each page are a number of similar but different halloween objects. Students can drag them into the chart to count how many there are. Click below on Halloween Pictograph.